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This paper explores the theme of living architecture in three parts. The introduction addresses some of the theory demonstrated through precedent projects and practices shared with the students at the beginning of the semester to help us develop a working definition of living architecture. This is followed by student research exploring two short materials-based projects engaging the issue of indeterminacy in architecture in specific ways. The first explores indeterminacy of fabrication, and the second explores indeterminacy of inhabitation.